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Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dip

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3 Ingredient Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dip is a perfect dessert dip that only takes 5-10 minutes to set up, looks beautiful on a tray, and complements a fruit charcuterie board perfectly. 

More robust than just caramel sauce on its own, this cheesecake apple dip makes a pile of apple slices disappear in minutes. 

slice of apple dipping in cheesecake dip.

Why you will love making this Apple Cheesecake Dip!

Top Layered Dessert Dip – I’ve had plenty of fruit dips and cream cheese dip recipes throughout my life, but this one takes the cake for smoothness and decadence.

Every single bite contains cheesecake and caramel, making the creaminess just right. I can assure you that it is delicious to the point that you’ll need to keep it a secret from the party and grab some for yourself first! 

Easy. You only need three easy ingredients and a little bit of combining to create an extremely delicious caramel cheesecake dip recipe that every member of your family is going to go crazy for.

Also, this apple dip is great when apples are in season and on sale in the fall, but there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying this incredibly delicious dip at any time of the year! 

So satisfy that sweet tooth and dive right in!

Simple Ingredients:

  • ready-made cheesecake (refrigerated)
  • caramel apple dip
  • Heath English toffee bits
  • fresh apple slices for serving
dip ingredients.

How to make 3 Ingredient Caramel Apple Dip. 

  1. Spread premade cheesecake onto a platter or baking sheet.
  2. Microwave caramel apple dip for 10 seconds and stir.
  3. Return to the microwave five more times, microwaving for 10 seconds each time and stirring after each, for a total of one minute.
  4. Pour and spread the caramel apple dip onto the top of the cheesecake.
  5. Top with heath toffee bits and serve immediately with sliced apples, or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
caramel cheesecake dip with toffee bits.

What ingredients dip well with Cheesecake Dip? 

Fresh Strawberries – Sweet and succulent strawberries are a classic pairing with caramel cheesecake dip.

Pretzels – Salty and crunchy pretzels are a great way to contrast the creamy sweetness of the caramel cheesecake dip.

Cookies – Cookies, like Vanilla Wafers, are a great way to add some crunch and sweetness to the dip. They also pair well with the caramel flavors.

Tart Apples – Sliced apples add tartness and crunch to the dip, which is refreshing and delicious. There are also tons of kinds of apples, so use a variety of different colors and textures. 

Graham Crackers – Graham crackers provide a subtle sweetness that pairs perfectly with the caramel cheesecake dip. Animal crackers also have a nice vanilla flavor that goes well with this caramel apple dip recipe.

caramel apple dip.

Cream Cheese Apple Dip Tips!

The heath bits will soften if you make this a day ahead. On the day of, the Heath toffee bits should stay crunchy. If you want it crunchy, which I recommend, sprinkle it with heath just before serving.

Granny smith has a good mix of “tart and sweet” for this dip.

I use my apple slicer to get eight wedges and cut each in half to get 16 per apple.

How to keep cut apples from browning. 

OUR RECOMMENDATION: I’d recommend Fruit-Fresh® for the apples to keep them from browning vs lemon juice as a personal preference.

GET FRUIT PRESERVER SPRINKLE HERE. 

I like to cut my apples the day before, put them into a large Ziplock bag, and sprinkle them with fresh fruit. Then I shake and knead the bag to distribute evenly, and the powder is dissolved and tasteless, and the apples won’t brown.

Fruit preserver is also great for fresh fruits in lunch boxes or eaten as school snacks.

sliced apples.

COMMON WAY: The most common way to keep cut apples from browning is to submerge them in a solution of water and lemon juice or vinegar.

This helps prevent oxidation, which is what causes the apples to turn brown.

What fruit dips go best with Apples?

Marshmallow Fruit Dip: This marshmallow fruit dip is a rich, creamy treat that is perfect for any occasion. It has a light, fluffy texture and a sweet, marshmallowy flavor.

It can be made with just a few simple ingredients: marshmallow fluff, cream cheese, and a touch of vanilla extract. 

Peanut Butter Dip: This dip combines peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and honey. It has a nutty, sweet flavor that is great with almost any type of fruit.

Chocolate Dip: This dip is a rich and decadent blend of melted chocolate and heavy whipping cream. It is a sweet and indulgent dip that goes well with most fruits.

We specifically love strawberries and apples. 

large party platter.
5 from 2 votes

Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dip


Prep Time 5 minutes
Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dip is guaranteed to be the star of your next party – with only 3 simple prep ingredients. Serve with fresh strawberries and sliced apples.

Equipment

  • sheet pan

Ingredients
 

  • 24.3 oz. ready-made cheesecake (refrigerated) 
  • 13.5 oz. caramel apple dip
  • ½ cup heath english toffee bits

Serve with

  • apple slices

Instructions

  • Spread cheesecake onto a platter or baking sheet.
  • Microwave caramel apple dip for 10 seconds and stir. Return to the microwave and repeat this 5 additional times, microwaving for 10 seconds and stirring after each time for a total of 1 minute. 
  • Pour and spread the caramel apple dip onto the top of the cheesecake.
  • Top with heath toffee bits and serve immediately with sliced apples, or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. 

Notes

The heath bits will soften if you make this a day ahead. If you want crunchy, which I recommend, sprinkle it with heath just before serving. 
 
Serve with apples, strawberries, pretzels, vanilla wafers, or graham crackers. 

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